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Use Mobile Marketing To Increase Sales

Use Mobile Marketing To Increase Sales

In 2016, creating and successfully establishing a strong mobile marketing strategy as part of your company’s overall Digital Marketing Plan is essential. During 2015, as most know, Google began penalizing web sites if they were not mobile — and for good reason. With their Hummingbird update, they made it clear that the future of search is mobile and websites that…read more →

Organic Ranking Remains Important to SEO Success

Organic Ranking Remains Important to SEO Success

Organic search results are listings on search engine results pages (SERPs) that appear because of their relevance to search terms. A meta description is the short prase or sentence that’s listed right below the link of a SERP. It’s designed to briefly describe the contents of the page to the searcher. The end goal is to convince the searcher to…read more →

Putting Lipstick On The Pig

Putting Lipstick On The Pig

In the world of SEO, we often hear that “Google Loves Ugly” and perhaps it’s time to clarify on exactly that means. Sure, you can find myriad information and disagreement on what “ugly” means in terms of how Google supposedly prefers (read: ranks) sites, but at the end of the day it’s becoming more and more clear that Google doesn’t…read more →

Being Human in Internet Marketing

Being Human in Internet Marketing

At our Las Vegas SEO firm we’re constantly researching and testing the newest trends and practices in the world of internet marketing and social media. And what we’re noticing in social media is that social media interaction isn’t about the figures and the behaviors that are associated with fads or social trends. The world of social media and internet marketing…read more →

Las Vegas SEO Rings In On Google Alerts

Las Vegas SEO Rings In On Google Alerts

At my Las Vegas SEO firm I deal with a lot of small business campaigns. Many small business owners underestimate the powerful impact that Google can have on their marketing and promotions. Google, if used properly, can help your small business gain lucrative traction in the world of online marketing. A closer look at the tools available to small businesses…read more →

Las Vegas SEO | Understanding Keywords

Las Vegas SEO | Understanding Keywords

When a company or brand wants to improve their webpage’s position in a search engine results page (SERP) they often seek to optimize their site throught the help of Las Vegas SEO. Search engines categorize webpage’s based on “keywords”, which are important terms that are relevant to the content of the page. Most search engines use programs called “spiders” or…read more →

Las Vegas SEO | Does Social Media Matter?

Las Vegas SEO | Does Social Media Matter?

Everyone's tired of hearing about Social Media, or are they? Does Social Media still matter?  In a nutshell: Yes, Social Media matters. And by “Social Media matters”, I mean that Google is handling over 11 billion searches per month and Facebook is now actively hosting over 845 million profiles. The digital age is upon us and the digital relationships we…read more →

Las Vegas SEO | Client Tips

Las Vegas SEO | Client Tips

People often ask “What makes a good Las Vegas SEO company?” But people rarely ask “What makes a good SEO client?” Most SEO professionals will tell you that successful SEO strategies are built on the partnership between the SEO Company and the client. In order to rock rankings you need a great SEO consultant and a good client, so what…read more →

Understanding Facebook Rules

In the world of Las Vegas SEO I’m constantly scouting new social platforms for clients to utilize so they can reach out to their customers and potential client base. But Internet marketing in Las Vegas is no easy task and new challenges are constantly arising. Much like it’s users, social media is constantly evolving. Staying on top of rules and…read more →

Google and Firefox for Three More Years

Google has renewed a deal to remain the default search engine within Mozilla’s Firefox web browser. The non-profit foundation said it had “negotiated a significant and mutually beneficial revenue agreement” with Google for the next three years. Some analysts had predicted Google would back out of the deal as it tries to grow the market share of its Chrome browser….read more →